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When is the FA Cup 5th round draw? All the details as Man Utd and City hunt glory

Chris Byfield

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When is the FA Cup 5th round draw? All the details as Man Utd and City hunt glory

Manchester City beat Arsenal 1-0 last night to earn a place in the FA Cup 5th round. But when will the draw take place?

There will be a further 15 FA Cup fourth round ties this weekend, after last night's heavyweight clash between the Gunners and Premier League title rivals City.

On Sunday Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney’s Wrexham, from the fifth-tier National League, will take on Championship side Sheffield United.

Accrington Stanley will also be plotting an upset when they face Leeds United at Saturday lunchtime.


With a place in the next round at stake, here is everything you need to know about the FA Cup fifth round draw.

When is the FA Cup fifth round draw and how do I watch it?

The draw for the fifth round will take place on Monday 30 January from 7pm, ahead of Derby and West Ham’s clash.

It will be televised on BBC One's the One Show, while the programme can also be streamed on BBC iPlayer.



Of course, if any of the fourth round matches finish as a draw after 90 minutes they will go to a replay.

The replays will be held between Tuesday 28 February to Thursday 2 March.

What are the FA Cup fifth round ball numbers?


1 Preston North End or Tottenham Hotspur

2 Southampton or Blackpool

3 Wrexham or Sheffield United

4 Ipswich Town or Burnley


5 Manchester United or Reading

6 Luton Town or Grimsby Town

7 Derby County or West Ham United

8 Stoke City or Stevenage


9 Blackburn Rovers or Birmingham City

10 Walsall or Leicester City

11 Sheffield Wednesday or Fleetwood Town

12 Manchester City

13 Bristol City or West Bromwich Albion

14 Brighton & Hove Albion or Liverpool

15 Fulham or Sunderland

16 Accrington Stanley or Leeds United

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Topics: Football, Arsenal, Manchester City, FA Cup

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